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... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. . >> welcome back to inside story. we're continuing our discussion of the fight over president obama's judicial nominations and the so called nuclear option, changing senate rules to limit the filibuster. joining us from los angeles tonya at kerr of council for the law firm of goldburg loan steen and weather wax. she clerked in the 9th u.s. circuit of appeals. and from providence, rhode island. richard is the author of "defending the filibuster soul of the senate." he intent 34 years as a staff member including 30 years in the u.s. senate. >> i think it is long overdue. let's put rah little bit -- let's give a little context to what the democrats proposed here. and this is precisely the same mechanism that republicans threatened to deploy. in 20006 -- i'm sorry, 2003 when my friend miguel astray da, very conservative, but the democrats filibusters him, a bipartisan group of 14, 14 senates came together and said we are going to stop this process. we are going to let the president's chosen nominees go th
... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. determining using some sort of subjective interpretation of their policy as to whether or not your particular report was actually abusive, because if it doesn't contain language that specifically threatens you directly or is targeted towards you specifically, they may not consider it abuse. they may consider it offensive. and in that case they just recommend that you block that person. >> i don't want to minimise this, because i mean, there's some really horrible things that are on line, and it's not - it's not just twitter, what has happened through social media and the anonymity of the net is that you see websites, hate-filled websites targetting all sorts of groups, popping up. there has been a huge number of those that exist as well. >>> welcome back. we're talking about college athletes and whether they should get paid. before the break we asked about athletes. tim these student athletes receive scholarships to attend school and play their sport. studies show between their scholarships, room, boar
in miami. rain in chicago. same goes for dallas. los angeles, cloudy with a high of 68. >>> well, today the nation pauses to remember a dark day in its history. 50 years ago president john f. kennedy was shot and killed as his motorcade traveled through dealey plaza in dallas. this is how it looked when walter cronkite reported it on cbs. >> from dallas, texas, the flash apparently official. president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time, 2:00 eastern standard time, some 38 minutes ago. vice president johnson has left the hospital in dallas, but we do not know to where he has proceeded. presumably he will be taking the oath of office shortly and will become the 36th president of the united states. >> thousands will gather at dealey plaza this morning for a solemn ceremony. >>> in boston, the jfk library opens an exhibit of never-before displayed items from kennedy's funeral. and at the white house president obama meets with volunteer from the peace corps, a program kennedy created. >>> vinita nair is in dallas with a story of a woman who was at dealey plaza a half a century a
at childrens hospital los angeles says he doesn't bite from that jewish identity for the most part really didn't change with the trap. dr naik and just released his scientific study in which he served a two hundred los angeles participants before during and immediately after their trip last year and he has also extended entry trip for the past ten years and is emotionally invested in holocaust education because of his family. my father was a survivor and i lost approximately eighty of my aunts uncles and cousins. he says well this trip is important to study found students were emotionally overwhelmed by the intense holocaust education program so after you hear the word death and dying over and over and over and over and over it starts to lose some of its meaning. i mean tonight is a pre med student can win on the trip as a councilor when you get there there's a lot of shock and sometimes your really know how to cut a deal with later scenes of emotion that comes out is just an appointments because it's so much in its own tents should the trip undergo change it. dr hager recommend organizers mak
, he is a legendary los angeles and oakland raiders wide receiver, 1987 heisman trophy winner from notredame and the national chairman for 911 welcome number 81, tim brown. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. elise. she left out number 81 in your program but number one in your heart she left that part out. so it is a pleasure to be here today. we are here to recognize two outstanding 911 youth heroes and four incredible 911 dispatch heroes. these youngsters acted with bravely and confidence, and in an imagine crisis situation and helped to save the lives of their loved ones. our 4, 911 dispatch heroes worked behind the scenes in cooperation with law enforcement and fire and emergency medical response, the men and women who answer this call each day are the true first responders when a emergency strikes which can often make the difference between life-and-death between people in need. they are truly real heroes. please join me in welcoming the director of san francisco management lisa hofmann. [ applause ] >> thank you, tim and thank you elise and kelley from 911 for kids, every ye
shootings like the one at los angeles international airport three weeks ago the gunman was equipped with 5, 30-round clips. the san francisco super visor sponsored the bill. >> if we're able to eliminate that, that is one less tool that a person carrying out a crime will have at their disposal to, use. >> reporter: nra is suing the city saying it violates the second amount. larry barseti is a plaintiff, a retired cop with the san francisco veteran police officer association. >> you're impacting honest, law-abiding citizens in san francisco. bad guys aren't going to obey this law. >> he believes it's poorly written, pointing to a section that exempts law enforcement officers. >> does that mean i take a uniform off and put off duty gun on and go home to san francisco, if it's got 11 rounds then i'm a misdemeanor? >> it does not prohibit off duty officers from keeping duty weapons because those weapons are issued to them in connection with their duties. >> reporter: two opinions and interesting battle the lawsuit is the first salvo. voters have sunnivale approved measure c, putting more res
in los angeles tomorrow night. >>> the florida prosecutor leading the investigation innage alleged sexual assault involving jameis winston, since there is no timetable for a decision to be made, state attorney william meggs said four or five things still need to be done before any conclusions arconclusions are d. now the decision could come tuesday at the earliest. instead of presenting this to a grand jury, he's expected to decide himself whether enough evidence exist to pursue charges against winston who is expected to start tomorrow's game against idaho. florida state holds the number two ranking behind alabama. with both teams playing out of conference games against over matched opponents it opens the door for other marquee teams to battle for the spotlight this year including lsu and texas a&m. john henry smith asked graham watson about lsu's attempt to slow down quarterback johnny manziel. >> no one has been able to slow down johnny manziel. at texas a&m, averages 500-yard a game. close to 50 points a game. this is a team that is built to score. i don't know that lsu can stop it. th
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need to hear the intricate details of their lives, say, all the way from new york to los angeles. while it's early yet in this process, the new head of the fcc said this is just keeping up with the times. he says they're reviewing their outdated and restricted rules. the story where we begin tonight is with nbc's tom costello. he's at national airport in washington. tom, good evening. >> reporter: good evening. this is still far from reality, but it could be soon you'll be able to hear everything your seatmate says, in fact, everybody on the plane says the length of your entire trip. for many it's that last refuge from ringing cell phones and text messages. but now what may be the first sign that could change. the fcc says it will soon propose allowing passengers to talk on their phones in their seats above 10,000 feet. something already aloud in europe and asia but not in the u.s. in a statement the fcc commissioner said today the time is right to review our outdated and restricted rules. a public comment period would come first. >> this idea is every frequent flyer's worst nightmare,
... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >> every weeknight on al jazeera america change the way you look at news at 9 pm with an encore at midnight, go deeper on the nations top stories with america tonight >> a fresh take on the stories that connect to you... >> investigative journalism that's engaging, powerful, thought provoking... >> there's nothing but hopelessness... >> it's either kill or be killed... >> america tonight, right after live news at 8 and 11 eastern. >> welcome to al jazeera america i'm john seigenthaler, and here's a look at the headlines... >> al jazeera america, there's more to it. ♪ >>> welcome back. we're talking about college athletes and whether they should get paid. before the break we asked about the cost facing college athletes. tim these student athletes receive scholarships to attend school and play their sport. studies show between their scholarships, room, board, coaching, training, these students athletes get packages worth between 50 and $125,000 a year, why is that
is rain continues across parts of phoenix and los angeles, yes, friday and saturday. the rain will be with you as well. as we go to the weekends things are looking better. texas, that is the big problem that we expect to see here on friday. the system coming into play will bring a mix of weather. highway 20 and 40 - that will be tricky, and you need to be aware of what is happening across the area. we expect to see freezing rain or sleet depending on what the temperature will be like. houston - you'll see the frontal boundary pushing through. watch what happens to that temperature. a long-term forecast for next wednesday. a busy travel day. we think it will be the south-east that will see most of the problems. >> a chilly discovery in england. police discover three women held against their will in a home for 30 years. an accidental landing a coringo plane touches down at the wrong airport. how they got the plane off a short runway. and the video game wars heat up as microsoft's xbox console hits stores in time for the holiday shopping season. >>. >>> police in britain are repo
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. look at the pictures. this is outside los angeles. you get up to an inch and a half of rain in a place that hasn't had a whole lot. and that goes down. 120-mile-per-hour wind gusts in some of the mountains. it's a deadly mess for the west. transformers exploding. flooding. and violent winds, rocking parts of the west overnight. in utah, gusts of up to 80 miles per hour tore at these power lines. the result, transformers flaring. at least three people died in the san francisco area after 50-mile-per-hour winds tossed debris, shutting down interstates. >> this kind of weather always produces some problems for us because there's so much stuff flying through the air. >> reporter: in san diego, at least 300 accidents after heavy rain. check out this dramatic rescue, when a helicopter is rushed in to help this man. >> six, seven feet deep now. probably went up another four feet. >> reporter: four marines and a cab driver were submerged when the rising water overtook their cab. fortunately, they were able to climb through a window to safety. so many, counting their blessings this morning, lik
the way things used to be. >> the los angeles auto show gets under way this morning, expected to draw nearly 1 million people over the next ten days. this year visitors will see the next big step in the car industry. bill whitaker is at the los angeles convention center. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and good morning to our viewers here in the west. all the major automakers are driving to be green with hybrids and electric cars now in showrooms. but there's an old technology making a comeback. hydrogen power. this honda hydrogen concept car won't be available in showrooms until 2015. but if you're in a hurry, there will be one hydrogen car available this spring. >> our engineers have been hard at work. and the new hydrogen fuel cell solution is this. this is all of it. >> reporter: that's it. >> yep. >> reporter: for decades, engineers have touted the promise of zero-emission hydrogen-fueled cars. this week at the los angeles auto show, automakers finally are keeping that promise. hyundai is the first major automaker to mass produce a hydrogen fue
millions of years from now, part of los angeles will be in the bay area. >> for better or worse. >> yes. >> this is a tough question. >> those other ones weren't tough. >> this is a really easy challenge. are the smaller ones less stress? >> yes. the amount released in small earthquakes is that they are so small in you need many of those. >> i think would you probably have to have maybe hundreds of magnitude earthquakes of 4.7. >> so small earthquakes are not making our lives better in the future? >> not anyway that you can count on. >> i have heard that buildings in san francisco are on rollers and isolated? >> it's not true. it's a conventional foundation like almost all the circumstances buildings in san francisco. >> the trans-america was built way before. it's a pretty conventional foundation design. >> i have heard about this thing called the triangle of life and up you are supposed to go to the edge of your bed to save yourself. is there anything of value to that ? >> yes, if you are in your room. you should drop, cover and hold onto something. if you are in school, same thing,
interested in the designated areas and you quoted los angeles. this is something that i think there might be some real viable options and solutions here. so, thank you, next i would like to call up dr. campos, supervisor campos. >> you can call me anything you like. thank you very much and again i would like to thank my colleagues for this item. another thing i wanted to ask mta and i had a couple of questions in terms of the gain here. i'm glad he's involved and talk together coalition which i think has some very good ideas. but, how do you define success with this pilot? you know to the extent that the idea is to move vehicles from one neighborhood to another, what's your definition of success? >> well, that's a very difficult question to answer, but i would answer it by saying, the residues of san -- residents of san francisco are the best to suggest how the vehicles impact their quality of life. if when we reach a point where there are very few complaints brought to our attention about the negative impact, i would surmise that those vehicles remaining are located to places that are l
if fin could help the family with fundraising. the donor contacted the office of the doctor in los angeles who let me know speedy recovery, william. hope to see you soon. >> fantastic. >> beautiful. >> and a beautiful day. >> we can all feel the windy conditions. >> the high wind advisory has been canceled and they have been lifted. as we look right now a picture from the camera guard the bay bridge and look at that. we still have wind gusts in friend and cross most of the bay area, certainly in the east bay. in the north bay, we still will have high gusts in the hills and the mountains and the high wind advisory will last until 10:00 tonight. right now, we have the high gusts in certain areas, at 44 miles per hour in fairfield and 31 miles per hour in napa, and calmer along the peninsula and into the south bay, so you may want to hold on to your hats for a little while longer. looking at live doppler 7 hd radar satellite, not seeing any thing in the way of returns, but the moisture is head the to southern california. the ridge of high pressure is coming in, leaching us with a cool
. bringing the label back. the a big bet on it. tracy: from los angeles to hollywood. it's kind of the same thing. ashley: that is about 2 miles. let's take a look at the ten and 30 year treasury. the yield dropping. as we take a look at the 30 year , as we head to the break. there it is. the yield is coming down. we will be right back. ♪ tracy: time for your fox business brief. sony will make fewer of motion pictures and shift the more profitable television production . casone also identifies tumor and $50 million in cost cuts. a bankruptcy court in manhattan will consider approving the american airlines in the u.s. airlines approver. the world's largest airline. but the antitrust lawsuit held up the deal. a corner has robbed a 21 year-old bank of america merrill lynch and turn her back after working 72 hours straight at the investment bank's london office died of natural causes. because the bank to review the working conditions for junior employees. as the latest from the fox business network, giving you the power to prosper. we will be right back. will the new one woman pitbull 1 and a
? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions ( "taps" playing ) >> wooduff: the country looked back today to one of its darkest hours 50 years ago, when three shots rang out in dallas, ending the life of president john f. kennedy. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. also ahead on the program, the last few weeks have seen the stock market streak to record highs. paul solman looks at what that says about the broader economy. >> as companies continue to report healthy profits, the recovery is weak and unemploen
. joseph baumgartner. and michael blanchard of los angeles is expected to be arrested tomorrow. >> that's when they saw a white board with the n word on it and the confederate flag. >> reporter: the student did not report the abuse, but his parents saw it when they brought him back to classes. the prosecutors tells me they spoke with the victim and that he remains here on campus. she also tells us the other students are making arrangements to surrender tomorrow. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> university president muhammad kayamu released a statement condemning the behavior. he said i am outraged and saddened by these allegations. they are utterly inconsistent with our long cherished history of tolerance, respect for diversity and personal civility. >>> several law enforcement agencies teamed up. 10 different locations were raided including two coffee shops. san jose police, the fbi and the drug enforcement agency all took part in the operation. an indictment named nine defendants. >>> man's body was discovered inside a car that ended up under water in a private marina along the industrial wat
county, los angeles county and new york city. >>> another big win for apple and its smartphone technology. a silicon valley jury ordered samsung to pay apple $290 million. a federal jury decided on that figure today after hearing arguments from both sides. the dispute is over patents involving the technology you'd find inside of mobile devices like the iphone and ipad. >>> still ahead here at 6:00, california fights back. why the state is rejecting a demand from the white house. >>> and i'm stephanie chuang live at a retirement community with an 85-year-old vet lives but he hasn't been back for a month. what the u.s. government is saying and the very latest coming up. >>> and skipping the line. the shortcut that's just arrived for bay area travelers. >>> and good evening, i'm jeff ranieri. we are tracking temperatures that are dropping with clear skies. we'll talk more about some windchills and who could be the coldest tomorrow morning coming up in just a few minutes. >>> now a developing story that has the world watching. an 85-year-old palo alto man is being detained in north korea. his
. at the university of california los angeles is very very similar. there are not too many black faces and we often feel isolated. do you feel that that lack of diversity is the root cause? that is certainly something that you bring up, the facts and figures in that video. >> yeah the lack of diversity is something that contributes to it. when you look at a lecture hall of 200 people, and there -- and you are the only one that looks like you, it becomes very difficult to function, because often times you get looks people assume certain things about your character, or where you are from, and there's a lot of societal pressure. so tyrell at your school, the number of black and hispanic students has dropped by a third from 2003, but as we heard it was pointed out at the ucla video, the pamphlets they are always this picture of diversity, looks like a bennieton add. >> absolutely is not the reality. yes, from 2006 to 2012, the black male -- or the black population at the university of michigan dropped almost 30%, and so -- yeah, that's where we are getting out with this campaign. for a school that valu
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis in smiley. an unedited anniversary of the assassination of president kennedy, we begin with a conversation with robert dallek whose most recent book is "camelot's court," which takes a close look at the president and his inner circle of advisers. then we will turn to a conversation with award-winning novelist ayana mathis whose first tome, "the twelve tribes of hattie," was a national bestseller. we are glad you have joined us. those conversations are coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: it has been estimated that over 40,000 books have been written about resident john f. kennedy. two of the most respected come from presidential historian robert dallek who has been called by "the new york times" kennedy's leading biographer. his latest book is "camelot's ."urt on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of john f. kennedy, robert dallek joins us tonight from washington. good to have you on this program, sir. thanks for your time. >> a plea
. >> if you're flying, airport delays are possible in phoenix, los angeles, dallas, memphis and houston. >>> police in britain are investigating a shocking discovery. >> three women held captive in a home in south london for 30 years. a 69-year-old from malaysia. a 57-year-old from ireland. and a 30-year-old britton who is believed to be born in captivity. it's similar to that of ariel castro who kept three women captive in his house for ten years in cleveland, right under neighbors' noses. >> they had rooms they could use. but they were very restricted on everything they could do. >> this morning all three of the women are in a safe place and said to be doing well. two people, a man and a woman, both 67 years old, are now in custody. >>> kennedy cousin michael skakel spending his first night out of jail in more than a decade. he is on bail in connecticut, while prosecutors appeal a ruling that granted him a new trial. he wants to spend time with family, including his son. if they lose appeal, they will put skakel on trial again. >>> a heartbreaking story from suburban minneapolis. two
, in other states top providers like cedars-sinai in los angeles,ary vanderbilt in tennessee has been left out, depending on plan you are forced into, you may have to pay out of pocket. >> you know, you are on to something that a lot of folks are missing, the magnitude of this that it is far beyond keeping your doctor, keeping your plan. this is being able to go where you need to go when you are hurting, badly hurting. maybe even dying. that has a multiplier affect that could be devastating ? >> absolutely, this is about real people who will serve real consequences, this is the natural outcome of the law. you cannot increase -- by requiring people who are already sick and eliminates caps to benefits, you increase their cost, and try to force down premium they charge, what is going to get squeezed is the per vice services they provide. neil: we should be grateful no one said if you want your hospital you can keep it. that is one area they have been honest. for now. michael thank you very much. >> any time. neil: all right, what is the deal with government workers and porn? none of the fcc g
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, which is 9333 in the biltmore hotel in los angeles to johnson's suite which is 7333. he comes down the back stairs three times to try to get lyndon johnson to withdraw from the ticket. it's the most humiliating -- it's a day of utter humiliation for lyndon johnson. he never forgot it. there are other incidents where you say each of these men were trying as hard as they could to get some sort of psychological advantage over the other. it really never stops until robert kennedy is assassinated in 1968. when he is, lyndon johnson calls clark clifford, who is the secretary of defense, and therefore is in charge of arlington national cemetery. he knows the kennedys want robert kennedy buried there near his brother. johnson asked clifford if there's any way in which he can deny robert kennedy to be buried at arlington. this feud never stopped. >> i wanted to play some of lady bird's auto diary from that day. here you have finally the widow, newly widowed jacqueline kennedy comes to the plane. apparently according to "passage of power" people around jackie kennedy thought lyndon johnson h
back if you want to. the numbers are on the screen. anthony is in los angeles. caller: hi. i remember when i was a child, i is only 2 1/2 years old, and was standing with my mom and father, and i was a little child, so i do not know what was going on. andother fell to her knees both parents started weeping uncontrollably. it was not until years later with what had happened, and it they said the president was shot and killed. host: did your parents ever talk about that after they saved a scrapbook of some of the headlines and things like that afterward? somber andy were quiet about it, and it was a wasry from a child, when i a child. i finally asked them, put two and two together, and my mother started crying again. host: in your own life, what are those moments where you cannot forget where you were, 9/11 for a lot of people? is that the top of your list? caller: exactly, those are definitely moments that are in my psyche and will be with me the rest of my life. host: let's go to ohio, this is russell. caller: hi. i was born six days before kennedy was assassinated, and i remembered,
in los angeles. >> gives people an idea if they want to help the foundation out and also own this, -- they want me to point to marilyn. >> right here. she actually looks like several other people in that row. 800 does this could go for. people could have this. >> we have very expensive items but we have a lot of affordable things. these are laurel and hardy bowler hats. this is a -- >> can i put this on? you probably don't want me to. >> i prefer not. >> i could tell you didn't. so people buy these as a pair? >> this is a pair, we're offering them together. $15,000 to $20,000 for these. >> people love to collect these manuscripts because they have director and producer hand writing on them. >> this is a very early draft of a script for the wizard of oz. this is by a writer named noel langley. he came up with the idea first that the people in kansas should mirror the people in oz. is this a spoiler? >> i lived in kansas so i belt i know every inch of this. >> and the guy that came witch the idea the slippers should be ruby. >> one last thing. >> this is a drum majorette jacket worn
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, a perfect ending for a first lady who craved privacy after so much pain. randy kaye, cnn, los angeles. >> there is such indelible images and the colors are so bright. even when it's black and white i think you see the pink exploding off the screen. >> that was a really special thing about "time" magazine, the colors that they had of all of these images which is so vivid and so bright. >> i have to say the bright images of that day are symbolic and emblem mattic of a way the colors are muted after that horrible act happened. this is all before. >> i didn't know the story of her suit. it really is remarkable. >>> stay with cnn. we will bring you live coverage of anniversary events that are happening throughout the day. >>> a 14-year-old massachusetts boy has now been formally indicted for allegedly raping and killing his algebra teacher. philip chism is phasing first-degree murder as an adult. prosecutors say chism raped 24-year-old colleen ritzer in inside the school and dumped her body in a nearby woods. the young teacher had reportedly stayed behind to discuss an upcoming exam with t
, held launch events in london, new york and los angeles to mark the arrival of the xbox one. the launch comes a week after the u.s. release of sony's playstation 4 and comes ahead of the critical holiday shopping season. the xbox one will cost around $500. that's $100 more than the ps-4. microsoft's shares are up 40% year to date. the xbox one launch coincides with another big gaming event. nintendo shares higher ahead of its release of the latest super mario game in the u.s. later today. nintendo will release a range of games to go with it. super mario 3d world for its wii console and legend of zelda for its 3ds device. reuters suggest shares are up on a good review of the games and a weaker yen. we'll get more on this with alex simmons from ign about the console battle at 11:30 cet. >>> elsewhere, spotify has reportedly raised $250 million in a new round of funding which values the streaming music company at more than $4 billion. the financing was led by silicon valley firm technology crossover ventures. spotify, based in sweden, is looking to expand its global growth. the service is
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. >> thanks for having me in. cheryl: in a great neighborhood in manhattan or los angeles, log onto the air when and say -- what is that easy? >> you download the apps in the apps store, you know exactly where you are and pull the rest around you and based on what you are looking for, what the requirements are, really easy way to browse. gerri: you can text the elder. text the person to see if they are right there? >> we want to make it easy. we designed it, renters and millennials, why not make communication like a text message? it close up the text, send in your message and -- cheryl: a barrier to the business is the brokers themselves who don't like technology especially like this one, and i don't know about a do cities but many won't rent to you unless you have a broker with you. will that be a problem for business? >> in new york, an interesting market. the most unique rental market in the country and we don't have brokers up here. it drives deficiencies in the marketplace up close. they don't need someone to show them around especially if you download brad peck and see everything you
working on a top secret research project with langley. beale took lavish trips to los angeles visiting relatives on the taxpayer dime, racked up $57,000 worth of travelling expenses and told the epa he contracted malaria while serving in vietnam and gave him a $18,000 value, handicap parking spot in d.c. beale neither served in vietnam and never had malaria. kirsten powers, still with us and listen to all of this. took 23 years to get this guy? doesn't this undermine the central premise of the obama administration, which is, no, it does, it does. >> the obama-- >> no, it does, president obama is all government, all the time. he wants the government to do everything, but they don't perform. obamacare is a shambles. this guy walks around, he's with the cia for god knows how many years? come on, the whole idea of government can do everything is falling to pieces. >> i just don't believe that obama or really any democrat believes that government can do everything. stuart: wait a minute, wait a minute. in his speech right after, his first inauguration at a speech at a major university, pres
after so much pain. randi kaye, cnn, los angeles. >>> happening now, a "the situation room" special report. jfk 50 years later. americans are remembering where they were and what we lost on this day a half century ago. stand by for new tribute, and new insights into his life, hi death and his president sell. we'll go live to dallas to an unprecedented ceremony marking the assassination. the city now coming to grips with the dark place in history. >>> the imaginist and the myths of camelot. we'll discuss the civet such of jfk's presidency and the question -- what if he had lived? i'm wolf blitzer you're in "the situation room." y you. >>> new evident of his enduring legacy. jfk's last surviving sibling, 5-year-old jean kennedy smith placed a wreath on his grave today, another reith laid in his home state of mike galanos by the governor. over at the white house, president obama ordered flags to fly at half-staff. in dallas, a moment of silence at the time and place where that fatal bullet hit. cnn's john king is joining us live from dallas. john, set the scene for us. what was this da
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diego, los angeles as well. there was some major flooding throughout parts of the southland today as you can see that one car completely submerged. this is going to be a southwest soaker coming on in here. let's show you what we have got. basically, we are looking at a lot of heavy rain. this rain is already, as you can see, getting itself together through the southwest. we could be looking at some record breaking rainfall amounts. as that low pressure develops, warm, moist air coming up and into that system. so we're going to see heavy amounts of rain. phoenix could see three to five inches of rain in the next 24 hours. plus ahead of the storm and behind it the cold air filtering in already that lester was talking about could cause up to two feet of snow in the central and southern rockies. eventually that storm makes its way into the gulf and up the coast and it starts to get involved with colder air so you look at these winds, we're looking at the i-95 corridor, basically rain, but we're also looking at snow back through the mountains. if this storm stays a little closer to the coast,
and national political correspondent for the los angeles times and while there was twice a finalist for the pulitzer prize for his coverage of presidential elections. he is the steady hand behind all the editorial coverage across our company and writes often for both the national journal and the atlantic, has a weekly column in national journal and has covered lots of beats for us, most of them here in washington at the white house and as national politics correspondent and was west coast correspondent for some time as well. so i welcome to the stage ron brownstein and sheila bair. thank you. [applause] .. the big story really is, if you look at roughly the top third of the socioeconomic ladder, people with a college degree, families above the median income, people with a forum time worker. they're feeling pretty good about the financial system again. the feeling it is a reliable pathway towards getting to where they want to go in their life. they are investing again, participating in 401(k)s in the market. below that there is still enormous skepticism as they come through, people w
, los angeles. >>> randy, thank you. coming up here on cnn, tens of thousands of people in california enroll in the state's health care program, and so far, no glitches. what's their secret? we'll talk about that next. >>> also, convicted killer charles manson will be hearing wedding bells? you're hear from the woman who says she gets to be his bride-to-be. don't miss that one. >> also, the drug lab scandal that rocked the massachusetts justice system. a chemist mishandled sensitive evidence, affecting thousands of state criminal cases going back a decade, and now her fate has been revealed. you're watching cnn. honestly? no way did i think a tablet was gonna be a good deal. you're talking to the guy who hasn't approved a new stapler purchase in three years. but then i saw the new windows tablet, with a real keyboard, usb port, and full office. it's a tablet that works for work. plus, it's got apps and games, for after hours, of course. compared to an ipad -- way more value. these tablets are such a steal; i couldn't find a reason not to buy them. ♪ honestly, i wanna see you be brav
wells covering alcohol once again, joins us from los angeles. hey, jane. >> reporter: carl, i'll talk about two things we care more than anything else, booze and bathrooms, in that order. as we head into thanksgiving, the wall street p.r. consulting firm incognito has come up with a list of cocktails. the mary jo white russian, a stiff prescription, feminine, but also aggressive, and the obama cared comes on the rocks. i suggested the jpmorgan marguerite tachlt and on twitter, beth offers the tape arena, it takes forever to be served and keeps threatening to drop you on your butt, but you can magically keep drinking. where do you go after that? you go to the restroom. where is the best public bathroom? i consider myself an expert. one, i travel a lot. two, i'm female. in the past, i've liked the women's room at the airport in ft. smith. i was amazed at the options on the toilets. and then the waterfall urinal in the men's room at the madonna inn on california central coast. somewhere, there is a photo of me in my wedding gown in there. but that restroom, as amazing as it is, was only
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